Elaborative Rehearsal

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  • A type of cognitive processing proposed by Craik and Lockhart's (1972) “Levels of Processing” model of memory. In contrast to maintenance rehearsal, which involves rote repetition of information in working memory, elaborative rehearsal involves the deep processing of material through the formation of associations, the grouping of material into categories, and the use of memory strategies to retain the information. Such deep semantic processing results in the production of durable memories. For more information, see Craik and Lockhart (1972).

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